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Aidan Moher is the Hugo Award-winning founder of A Dribble of Ink and author of Tide of Shadows and Other Stories.
Hugo Award winner Aidan Moher is the founder of A Dribble of Ink and author of “The Penelope Qingdom.” He has bylines on Tor.com, the Barnes & Noble SF&F Blog, and Uncanny Magazine, and his fiction has appeared in Mothership Zeta. Aidan lives on Vancouver Island with his wife and daughter.
Aidan Moher is the author of Tide of Shadows and Other Stories and founder of the Hugo Award-winning A Dribble of Ink. A regular contributor to Tor.com and the Barnes & Noble SF&F Blog, Aidan has been writing about science fiction and fantasy since 2007. Raised among the selkies and sirens of British Columbia’s Gulf Islands, Aidan now lives with his family in Nanaimo, BC, where he works as a web developer for the Royal British Columbia Museum. Visit him online at aidanmoher.com and on Twitter at @adribbleofink.
Aidan Moher is an author, blogger, and Hugo Award-winning editor. His first book, Tide of Shadows and Other Stories, a short fiction collection spanning interstellar science fiction, whimsical fairy tales, surreal fantasy, and steampunk, was named one of the “May Science Fiction And Fantasy Books Everyone Will Be Talking About” by io9’s Charlie Jane Anders.
In 2014, Aidan won the Hugo Award for his editorial work on A Dribble of Ink, a blog/fanzine about science fiction and fantasy. First opened in 2007, A Dribble of Ink became a prominent publication in science fiction and fantasy fandom for its reviews, interviews, and extensive coverage of genre news. Now, Aidan is a regular contributor to Tor.com and the Barnes & Noble SF&F Blog, and his essays and reviews have also been published by Uncanny Magazine, SF Signal, the Book Smugglers, and elsewhere. His fiction has appeared in Mothership Zeta, Unfettered II (Grim Oak Press), and Far Fetched Fables.
By day, Aidan is a web designer and content developer for the Royal British Columbia Museum in Victoria, BC. He is most often up to his elbows in responsive grids, formaldehyde, jQuery, John Lennon’s Rolls Royce, copywriting, CSS, and mammoths. He wrestles daily with figuring out how to reconcile our history, slippery at the best of times, into the rigid, logical boxes of this new modern world.
When not writing or building websites, Aidan is a rabid (and pretentious) beer and coffee fan, usually found consuming one or the other (depending on the time of day) with a book in hand. Raised among the selkies and sirens of British Columbia’s Gulf Islands, extensive travelling have taught Aidan that there really is no place like home, and he now lives with his family in Nanaimo, BC.